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is live in san francisco with more on how students will honor the victims in newtown -- newtown, today. >> reporter: well, they plan to stand in solidarity with the students by wearing their school colors. behind me here, you can see there is a fence up around this school. that, of course, is gonna be the topic of discussion among a lot of school administrators. many schools have fences designed to keep intruders out. but if they get in, it's questionable how far they can get. california's superintendent expects more discussions about this. he's alerted all 1100 public school districts to reskew safety plans -- review safety plans. >> you minimize the risk as best you can. we can't live in fear and have every school be a closed fortress of some kind. it's a place of learning. >> reporter: some parents say sandy hook elementary had a locked door through the school but a gunman shot his way through it. state legislators say this is vulnerable. >> it's not gonna stop somebody if that's their intention. they obviously think about it and then go do it. >> reporter: as important as security,
of phil later? >> he's chatting with the mayor of san francisco and talking about the year we have seen, 2012, and we're going to see the top stories nationally and internationally and that is over the past 12 months. >>> first, out of san hoe say, three people are dead after a late-night apartment fire in san jose and that began after 11 last night. the fire department put out the fire and discovered the bodies of a man, woman, and child. >> and we have 52 personalel, 15 apparatus and our relimbo preliminary report, we have one male adult deceased, one female adult deceased -- [ indiscernible ] and we have that fire knocked down and under control. >> three other people, including a police officer, who rescued one of the people, were hospitalized with smoke inhalation. investigators are looking into the cause. >>> more than three dozen people are homeless after fire ripped through several apartment buildings in san francisco in the mission district and broke out after 9:30 yesterday morning and quickly spread to nearby buildings on cap street. investigators say at least three of the bui
: a couple found bound and gagged in the middle of a san francisco street. the discovery that turned into a homicide investigation. >>> and a huge day for a huge shipping company. why this could be a record- breaking day for fed-ex. >>> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm it it. >>> we be -- i'm tori campbell. >>> we begin with a big rig fire. it happened at 3:00 this morning. tara moriarty is live with more. good morning, tara. >> reporter: good morning. it's a route that this truck driver says he's taken twice a month. when he came through this parking lot here, there was a wire. he says that's not normally here. that's what the big rig snagged. if you look here you can see the remains of the truck here. now, we could see and hear sparks. there was an explosion and could you feel the heat yards away. it happened around 3:15 at sweeney camp which is part of the juvenile detention facility off fairmont drive. two men were trapped inside the big rig hit the power lines. he just happens to be a volunteer firefighter. >> he trains as a volunteer firefighter told him if you are in energ
that might improve the situation. >>> and overnight news from san francisco. what police officers did that may have saved a newborn baby's life. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's wednesday, december 12th. >>> we're following developing news in san jose. just hours ago, a pickup truck slammed into an apartment building where children were sleeping. ktvu's janine de la vega is in san jose and spoke to the children's father. good morning, janine. >> reporter: the father told me his family has not slept much but any are breathing a sigh of relief. their little girl was just brought home from the hospital. this is after a truck ran off the road. you can see where the tire marks are here and it ran off the road and plowed down a fence there and smashed into a bedroom. police say the driver of the truck traveling eastbound on taylor veered into oncoming traffic and crashed into an apartment at the villa apartments on 23rd street. now, here's a look at the damage inside. the truck crashed into a roo
backup. give yourself extra time to get into san francisco. the metering lights are on. in san francisco 101, you can see traffic moving along very swimmingly here in the southbound direction on the right side of your screen towards sfo. 680, you can see that the fog has really moved in here, we were seeing it in patches in the danville/dublin area. be careful and drive slowly. 7:08. let's head to rosemary. >>> it's a crisp start to the morning. temperatures rolling back in the 30s. the sun is coming, 7:10, 7:15, depending upon where you live. the official sunrise will have sunshine in store for your afternoon. many of us waking up to sunshine. we're cloudy to mostly cloudy in san jose. some of us waking up with fog. we have visibility down to a quarter mile. fairfield reporting, fog at times, napa down to a quarter mile as well as nova toe. your visibility could drop off suddenly as you make your morning drive. we're seeing the chilliest numbers over the north bay. with the chilly conditions and calm conditions, setting the stage for cold numbers, the possibility for fog over the north
continued to their around the bay. with when advisers on some bay area bridge periods >> in san francisco, the wet weather cost major challenges for some residents. one woman woke up to find her mercedes, crushed by a tree that toppled over it during the storm. i am definitely preparing for having to purchase a new car. i do not want a new car so this is kind of shocking. >> several other trees fell down around the city but there were no other major lenders. >> the weather is keeping the great highway in san francisco closed this morning from slow to lincoln. the highway was barricaded last night, motorists had to find another way around it. the department of public works collaborates with police to decide when to close the great highway. public works officials say the polls, and not the win, played a bigger role in the closure. >> and remember, whether you are biking, walking or driving. crossing the baird case is against law and could result in a fine. >> in other news and new this morning. san jose police suspect a fatal shooting may be gang- related. it happened at 1130 last night in
clear of the truck without touching it. >>> well, crabbers will meet at ten in san francisco to decide whether to go back out to sea. they've been on strike since last week because of lower prices for their catch. stay with us, traffic and weather in just a moment. ,,,,,,,, >>> good morning, well, you might see brake lights as you work your way in and out of san francisco. southbound 280 we had an accident earlier. south 280 through daly city seeing brakes lights and near guadalupe parkway, that accident is clear but a slow ride through downtown san jose as well as 101 northbound through san jose and do san. and here's a lovely picture. we'll seal sunshine throughout the day. temperatures until the mid-and upper 60s. 66 in mountain view, 67 in san jose. the mild weather will not last long. cooler weather by tomorrow and tuesday night into wednesday we have a good chance of rain hitting the bay area and things remain unsettled over the weekend. ,,,,,,,,,, >>> i agree. there would be no tax increases. i repeat, zero tax increases. now, why would i do that? i mean i won the election. well
this morning in san francisco. the mother tried to get help at a family shelter in the bayview overnight. but she was refused. the mother then handed the baby to a man who flagged down the police. the mother and child are now in the hospital. >>> four women, one man, all arrested for the murder of a man found bound and gagged on a san francisco street over the weekend. police say the suspects and two victims had some sort of relationship but they are not disclosing any of the details. >>> got your traffic and weather and the rainy weather forecast coming up right after the break. >>> good morning. it's a winter wonderland up in the sierra, chain requirements are in effect on 80, 50 and 88 this morning. closer to home we have rain and high tides. northbound 101 at highway 1 off- ramp is going to be shut down in morning from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. that's traffic. for your forecast, here's lawrence. >> scattered showers around the bay area a chance we could see a couple of snowflakes across some of our higher peaks. looking toward the san jose area, still so
a pedestrian at south white and quimby last night. >>> a drive who failed to stop for san francisco police slammed into a fire hydrant in aing about on folsom an essex streets this morning. the crash and some gushing water blocked the intersection for hours. they got the hydrant fix but still some issues out there. >>> a new dispute over prices are keeping crab boats in the harbor in the bay. they were getting $3 a pound but demand dropped and fish brokers want to cut the price down to $1.80. so some issues there. got your traffic and weather, sunshine on the way, coming up right after the break. >>> good morning. brake lights at the peninsula northbound 280 at 92 getting word of an accident in lanes south of there through san jose northbound loaded up as well 101. >> starting out with low clouds and fog around the bay area today but it is staying dry outside. looks like it will be that way all day. these skies are going to start to part heading toward the afternoon no threat of rain in fact no rain for a while. temperatures in the 50s and 60s this af
: it was founded to promote liberty and economic freedom, starting in san francisco, and then move into washington, d.c. milton friedman admitted the kindle institute has never sold out. we still work for liberty and freedom. i've been working with the cato institute since 1995 and full time since 2007. host: mary, fort washington, maryland. democrat. caller: i would suggest thinking that if you follow all of the problems come at the end of the trail you will find the smiling grin of greed. that is what i think caused it. for myself, naca program helped us, taking us out of the ugly arm. my mortgage is $964 a month, which will allow us to stay in our home comfortably. guest: people blame things like a financial crisis on greed, but greed is not changing. it has been with us for hundreds of thousands of years. people are greedy naturally. if we design institutions assuming people are altruistic, we will get hurt. we have to assume they are greedy, and if there altruistic, we will only benefit from that. we assume that people want to live in their own home, and give people a choice, buying or rentin
to be moving through the bay area. right now, the wipers are going over the city of san francisco. we have cloudy skies and showers there. the heaviest rainfall though starting to slide further to the south in toward the san jose area in along the peninsula. you're seeing moderate to heavy amounts of rainfall through milpitas, mountain view, fremont and san jose. looks like things taper off by the afternoon and looks like more widely scattered showers, 50s on the 60s. dry weather returns tomorrow. ,,,,,,,, . >>> good morning >>> good morning everyone. it is 8:00 a.m. welcome back to "cbs this morning." it is the picture of controversy. a deadly subway incident is captured with one click. this morning, the photographer explains why he didn't put the camera down to help. >>> millions of americans like to play in citiville and farmville, the ceo of zynga will tell us why his online business hasn't been all fun and games. first here is a look at today's "eye opener." >> unfortunately the speaker's proposal right now is still out of balance. >> the white house and congress remain far from any d
east. even tomorrow in san francisco, we'll see some sunshine before another round of heavy rain moves in tuesday night into wednesday morning. here's the setup. it hasn't changed. the area of low pressure is steering the storms on shore. you can see that second storm on the left side of your screen is the one that's going to move in for tuesday night. but the heavy rain is over sacramento and san francisco. but it's push iing eastward. we're also going to see that second round of rain bring four or five inches of rain. so something to keep in mind for monday night and tuesday. then as we go into the rest of this afternoon, the hours across the great lakes will push eastward. the fog now is being replaced by shower activity. we're going to see some very warm temperatures. we could see records in phoenix, tallahassee, milwaukee and even washington, d.c. will be close to breaking a record high. a lot going on across the country. it's rather bizarre. >> thank you very much. >>> new today tom cole is responding to criticism from members of his own party. the politician suggested the gop sh
in tattoos. check out the arms of new san francisco 49ers quarterback. now that ink is the source of controversy. here's a quote from a controversial column: stuart: whitley was attacked on the internet over that story. he joins us now from orlando. sir, welcome to the program. you are a controversial guy, aren't you? really stirring it up there, r. whitley. >> that wasn't my intent. i just have always looked at tattoos as sort of an odd thing to put on your body. stuart: i agree with you. i'm 100% with you. i don't like tattoos. don't want my kids to have tattoos. donald trump doesn't like his five or six kids to have tattoos. we're with you. but i want to know why were you called a racist because you made the statement about tattoos on a quarterback? >> well, i think had i do it all over again, i started the column about making a line about san quentin and how the inmates there have tattoos, just to point out that your average tattoo person does not have exactly the best reputation in society. so people associated prison tattoos the whole thing with the quarterback as if i was
in the nfl yesterday was the san francisco 49ers who have a new starting quarterback, colin kaepernick, who was given the starting job because alex smith was out for a week with a concussion, and now a lot of people are saying, wow, alex smith losing his job is an incentive for players not to report when they get head injuries. we know how conclusively they're he linked. i do have to say one thing, though. you're absolutely right, tamron, that people have different ways of dealing with things and perhaps being on the field. had a healing effect on the players themselves. i think the nfl as the largest sports force and cultural force in this country has a broader responsibility to say some things are more important than football. >> dave, it's always great to have you on. i want to report to our audience the associated press says police hope to deliver an investigation report to prosecutors tuesday detailing what caused kansas city chiefs linebacker javon belcher to kill his girlfriend and himself. we could have an update on the incident which, of course, is absolutely devastating and unthin
francisco, san jose, phoenix and miami for lauderdale, lee philadelphia failed to report annual gain in cumulative -- and down $6 trillion from the peak in 2006 but we will take weekend that. lori: i was amazed. melissa: when you look at the name that was not just northern california where you see -- was also l a, that was interesting. new york values went up as well. lori: markets are scattered. that is a debate over what the fines wealth in america, cost of living, property values, you can't have one single threshold the works across the board because -- lori: bringing it back to taxes. melissa: i love it. lori: and $8 billion deal, what does it mean for the future of trading? charlie gasparino will be along with exclusive details. melissa: look at how the dollar is fairing, the market up slightly and with that, currencies are weaker across the board. we will be right back. melissa: we want to take you to capitol hill, john boehner. >> the president called on the house again and again to pass a bill to protect 98% of the american people from a tax hike. today we will do better than
elevations, and the rain will eventually push down into san francisco and sacramento later on today. this system is actually messing up the atmosphere and creating a lot of warmth across much of the country. if you live anywhere east of the rockies, actually anywhere east of the cascades and sierras, you're feeling it. temperatures, record breaking yesterday, into the 60s and 70s across parts of the midwest. 20 and 30 degrees above average. that would be the case again today, and then a little bit of a cooldown as we go through time. but watching the rain closely across san francisco as mentioned, somewhat drier for at least california, not so much the pacific northwest. but california will be drier as we get towards the beginning of next week. zoraida? >> all right, rob marciano live in atlanta for us. >>> iran has made a bold claim this morning that it has captured an unmanned u.s. drone. iranian state television broadcast what it claims is the drone, and says the aircraft was collecting data in iranian air space. but, a u.s. defense official tells cnn that the navy has accounted
on the upper deck into san francisco. >>> partly cloudy skies, fog, scattered showers you can see them along the coast here. main activity is around mountain view and closer to pescadero south bay showers as well as pulling out of walnut creek now. gilroy, watsonville, roads are wet, chilly today, mid 50s san francisco, 50 cloverdale. frosty night tonight. >>> when we come back, how you can make this a brighter holiday for neighbors in need by taking part in [ no audio ] >>> big day for us here the day of our 21st annual share your holiday food drive. you can call the number on your screen: or you can text the word feed to 80077. that will allow you to donate $10. we have personnel at three spots around the bay area to take your donations this is walnut creek, mike nicco is here. we have people at union square where amy hollyfield is and kristen sze and cheryl jennings will be there later. katie marzullo is in san jose. it is so easy to drop off nonperishable goods in the barrel or cash to help out this holiday season. once again, our shear the holiday food drive, or textíímÑ- tech the wo
of their way to attract even more students from china. claudia cowan is live in san francisco with more on all of this. what's driving the search? >> reporter: well, jenna, you can start with china's booming economy and rich middle class. it means for the first time in china's history millions of families can afford to send their children to american colleges and universities, help them get those valuable degrees and start networking, and these families are willing to the pay full freight, often tens of thousands of dollars in tuition while their children are free to study what they want. >> we have a lot of freedom to choose classes, professors, your career path, academic path whereas in china everything is set already. >> reporter: there are now 194,000 chinese students enrolled in this cub. jenna, that is one out of every four international student. jenna: so a lot of benefits, but what about the challenges associate with the this type of, i guess you can call it aggressive recruiting? >> well, on some campuses, you're right. it's been a culture shock, and one of the biggest concerns is whe
. >>> 30s and 40s on our way to upper 50s to low 60s sun and high clouds, chilly tonight. 51 in san francisco patchy fog possible tomorrow. warmer sunday. >>> still slow out of novato south 101 earlier stall cleared stall at lucas valley road cleared, slow there waze app shows richmond san rafael bridge still bumper-to-bumper. announcer: it's "live with kelly and michael." today, actress keira knightley. and "blue bloods" star donnie wahlberg. plus, michael and his twins check out new york's famous holiday sites. all next on the emmy award winning "live." [captioning made possible by [captioning made possible by disney-abc domestic television]
, but i also want to bring in from san francisco andria dellendorf who is the chief in making changes at walmart. >> good to be here this morning. >> what sort of gains did walmart workers make with this strike this year? >> well, the most important gain they made is that they proved that it is possible to stand up and speak out against the country's largest employer, and workers have faced low wages. they have faced lack of hours that walmart has been in existence, but it is the first time that walmart workers stood up. walmart threatened they would lose their jobs, but they all walked back in with their heads held high to tem brace of their coworkers so they proved that it is possible to stand up around the low pay and poor working conditions they faced. >> andrea, it feels like walmart is a perfect storm narrative about the current working conditions in the u.s. you have low-wage workers with difficult working conditions. you have consumers who want the low prices that are promised in part by the low wage workers and then you have a full global supply chain which because of our des
the southern parishes of louisiana. also another storm out in the san francisco bay area. let's move to the next map. find out what the temperature is as you head out the door on this wednesday. look at that, new york city, it's 55 here in rockefeller center. 53 at la guardia. 43 in caribou, maine. kind of a cold front moving in. we're outside because tomorrow not so hot. currently almost 60 in raleigh and atlanta. plus 60 along the gulf coast. that cold front moving through portion of texas, too. and it's currently 20 degrees in minneapolis and, of course, perhaps people would like some comfort food on a chilly day like today, which would be mac and cheese. mmm. right? >> gretchen: yeah, it's the ultimate mac and cheese. the new book "mac and cheese please," 50 recipes, put new spins on the classic dish. >> brian: we're joined by cheese guru, maybe the foremost guru in all the world, laura. welcome back. you have brought great cheese with you. >> this time i took it all the way from ireland because i love irish cheese and i decided to bring this cheese called dubliner, among others
: like the empty va hospital for 5 billion, or a waterfront military base in san francisco. in both cases politicians said no. >> a congressman is representing his district. a senator is representing his or her state. they want to make sure that they are taken carve, and sometimes that may get in the way of what is best for the nation. >> reporter: the federal government is also america's business eug biggest landlord selling just 20% of its empty or under performing buildings would save $2 billion. >> you go through your garage, you clear it out and the government is no different. the scale is what we're talking about. >> reporter: the feds refuse to sell valuable public land adjacent to fast-growing cities and let mining companies take billions in gold and silver for free without charging royalties like we do for oil and natural gas. selling amtrak could net 60 billion. two tax pier owned utilities, the tennessee valley authority and bon aville power would bring in even more. a commission could oversee the sale to overcome partisan opposition. >> the commission could look at all of the
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